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In Hindu Puranam books there is famous Sanskrit Text “Patram pushpam Falam Toyam” . Whose meaning is that we should offer Patra(leaves) to god shiva while worshipping. Among the leaves Bel patra leaves is favourite to god shiva.
While worshipping to god shiva we should also offer “Pushpam” meaning the We should offer flower.
Also “Falam” meaning the fruits and “Toyam” meaning the milk or pure water.
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BEL PATRA LEAVES AND GOD SHIVA
- Bel patra leaves is also known as Bilva or sometime bilwa Leaves or bael leaves. It have many pronounciation but meaning the same. Its tree is also known as Bilva trees. Among leaves lord shiva is offered mostly this leaf to make him happy. Lord Shiva favourite leaves name is Belpatra and Fruits name is Bel fruits grown in same plant or tree.
In hinduism,belpatra leaves and fruits tree is also normally known by Bel tree (शिव बेल वृक्ष).
Bel patra means Patra of Bel trees.Sanskrit words ‘Patra’ meaning is leaves of Trees.Belpatra is mostly found any where place in Nepal and India.We can also found in every shop in Pashupatinath.
Belapatra leaves is favourite leaves of lord shiva.
Belapatra Leaves also meaning as Lord Brahma,vishnu,mahesh as well as it is three eyes of lord shiva(trinetra of siva).
Bel vivah or bel marriage is also observed in nepal in newar family house. In this auspicious day the unmarried newar girls and Bel fruits marriage ceremony is celebrated.It is one of the important occasion in nepal.
Among many story about bel leaves one of the story is ‘Hunter in jungles’ story which is mention in different hindu religious scripts.Once upon a time there was hunter in jungle who was resting in beltrees with tiredness when he didnot get any animals in jungle.He was picking up bel leaves and throwing just below the trees.When he threw leaves everytimes in ground he got more power,hope,happyness in life ,power,confident within a Second.There was shivalinga just below the tress and that leaves is offered to lord shiva every time when he throw leaves from trees.Lord shiva appeared from there and he got different boon.He is able to get to salvation from all unhappyness of world when he got lord shiva to see.He attains shiva loka.Hence,Belpatra is only favourite leaves of lord shiva.
Hunter was resting in beltrees and he threw bel leaves from bel tree in ground.Every time he offered in ground was offered to shivalinga just below the trees.
About the BelPatram.
Lakshmyaascha stana utpannam Mahaadeva sadaa priyam,
Bilva vriksham prayachchhaami eka bilvam Shivaarpanam.
Darshanam bilva vrikshasya sparshanam paapanaashanam,
Aghorapaapasamhaaram eka bilvam shivarpanam.
The translation :
Born from the heart of Goddess Lakshmi, the Bilva tree is ever dear to Mahadeva. So I ask this tree to offer one Bilva leaf to Lord Shiva. Even if (one) has darshan ( view) of the Bilva tree, and touches it, surely frees one from sin. The most terrible karma is destroyed when a Bilva leaf is offered to Lord Shiva.
It is also believed that Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth, also lives in the bel tree. Those who perform the puja of Shiva and Parvati devoutly, using the leaves, will be endowed with spiritual powers.
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